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Summer vacation is Levi London's favorite time of the year. Each summer, he and his brothers are shipped off to Florida to stay with their grandparents. For 10 weeks everything is perfect. He has freedom, fun, and Summer West - the cute and spunky girl across the street - for whom he's planned to confess his giant crush.
Right before the London boys are scheduled to leave, a scandalous family situation causes their mom to accompany them on vacation. Not only does Levi's fun quotient promise to take a nosedive, but all the drama has him feeling less than his normal happy self. Summer decides that Levi needs a distraction in the form of a prank war. But he gets more than he bargains for when his older brother, Lucas, is both better at pranking and determined to date Summer too.
Levi is a peacekeeper, but he isn't sure he can mediate his family's struggles or strike the right balance between mischief and romance. Especially when Lucas keeps reminding him that all is fair in love and war.
This book may contain negative triggers for people with a family history of infidelity.
Content description: This is a stand-alone YA contemporary romance with companion novels set at the same high school. It contains minor language, innuendo, crude humor, and kissing. This book has no sex, written or implied, between any of the teenage characters and has no explicit language. However, the family conflict revolves around adultery between the parents. While it is not highly descriptive, sex is discussed multiple times with regard to adult relationships. Recommended for ages 14 and up.
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- Anonymous User
Worth listening to once
The storyline itself was really good however the narrator’s female voices annoyed me to where I didn’t want to listen. I also felt like they made Summer’s character seem so immature and young which made me not like as much. It was a cute story and nice to listen to once (would’ve been better to read bc of the narration) but I wouldn’t listen twice.